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Title: Joining up working
Author(s): McCartney, Elspeth
Editor(s): Forbes, J
Citation: McCartney E (2006) Joining up working. In: Forbes J (ed.) The Research and Policy Discourses of Service Integration, Interprofessional and Interagency Working: EESRC Seminar 1 Proceedings. Research Paper, 14. Glasgow: University of Aberdeen, School of Education, pp. 33-51. https://abdn.pure.elsevier.com/en/publications/the-research-and-policy-discourses-of-service-integration-interpr
Keywords: therapy framework
foster care
Education (General)
Issue Date: 30-Nov-2006
Series/Report no.: Research Paper, 14
Abstract: Terms for models of co-professional working are at times used interchangeably in policy documents, but definitions for ?named types? do exist. A classification framework is outlined, and discussed. The models that may be used are influenced by the structures within which staff work and the ease with which co-professional contact can be made. Integrated services will require to make decisions about the models they intend to foster, but resource limits will play a part. Options are discussed with reference to speech and language therapists and teachers working together, which provides a long-established and well-researched example, and the practical need for 'good enough' models of co-working is stressed.
Rights: Author retains copyright.
URL: https://abdn.pure.elsevier.com/en/publications/the-research-and-policy-discourses-of-service-integration-interpr

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